Very strange case. Brief background, I have had my vision+ for over 4 months now. Flown it over hundred times. Would say my knowledge of the drone is very good. Last night, took it out for a quick flight. Newly charged batteries all round. (the way I always fly) The only thing that changed since the last flight was the fact that I updated the DJI vision software on my iphone. Nothing else changed. Had 8 GPS locks in place, drone set its GPS position and off I went. Went up to 400 ft. then straight ahead of me, full line of site until the feed started getting patchy. Waited for the normal return to home mode to kick in but it did not. Waited a little longer, switched the remote to RTH mode and still nothing. Started walking towards the drone, manages to briefly get a connection again but lost it. Drone was still just stationary. Friend got his car and we started to drive towards the drone and got stuck in heavy roadworks. No way to get past. (just my luck) Took over 5 minutes t get past and by that time, I briefly managed to get communications to the drone and started reducing height as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, lost connection again. (I was quite close by this point but still unsure exact placement of the drone) Power run out and the drone started to drop. Looked for it everywhere using the find my drone functionality but the house that it was apparently in the back yard of, was not answering their door. Looked around for about 2 hours with no luck so returned home gutted. (really cant afford to lose this sort of money) This morning, (after some rain unfortunately... this is just getting worst) I went back to the house and managed to get access to the rear garden. Lo and behold, the drone was on their lawn. Whether it got soaking wet or not, im not 100 sure but definitely got slightly wet. The worst thing is that the gimble arm with the camera on it got snapped off. Looking online, it seems that is the most important bit of the drone. If it was some kind of pilot error, I would feel much better I think. The fact that it seems to have been some sort of problem with the GPS makes the whole episode more gutting. I could have lived with it if I made the mistake if that makes sense but its a little annoying that it just failed on my like this. I have had return to home happened on at least 10 or 12 other occasions and every time, it returned perfectly. Some questions: 1. Any point in even sending DJI an email? I was not recording the flight. 2. Is there any point in even repairing the drone? Not sure I would ever trust it again after that crash. 3. How bad would a little water damage the drone? Is it worth opening it up and wiping everything down with a little a isopropyl alcohol ? I have read these forums for a while now although never participated so I also wanted to say thanks to everyone here for their help and advice to this point. Just a shame that my first post is a negative one.